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Good morning / Afternoon !. Sandra sembel. Words are the voice of heart and mind. Fill yourself with positive words, then you’ll reap positive life. FACULTY OF NURSING, ENGLISH, SOUTH JAKARTA. Think about this:. Why learn a foreign language?. Introduce yourself and state your opinion!.

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Good morning afternoon
Good morning/Afternoon!

Sandra sembel
Sandra sembel

Words are the voice of heart and mind. Fill yourself with positive words, then you’ll reap positive life.


Think about this
Think about this:

Why learn a foreign language?

Why learn a foreign language

Introduce yourself and state your opinion!


Name, dept, major, where you live

Why foreign language
Why foreign language?

  • “The limits of my language are the limits of my world.” ‒Ludwig Wittgenstein

  • “Knowledge of languages is the doorway to wisdom.” -- Roger Bacon

  • “Change your language and you change your thoughts.” ‒Karl Albrecht

  • “Language is the road map of a culture. It tells you where its people come from and where they are going.” ‒Rita Mae Brown

So, …

  • “Those who know nothing of foreign languages know nothing of their own.” ‒Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

  • “Learning a foreign language not only reveals how other societies think and feel, what they have experienced and value, and how they express themselves, it also provides a cultural mirror in which we can more clearly see our own society.” ‒Chancellor Edward Lee Gorsuch

General english

General english

Introduction and sap

Ibt toefl http www ets org toefl ibt about

What do you want to know about ibt toefl and ibt toefl class
What do you want to know about IBT TOEFL and IBT TOEFL Class?

List down at least 5 questions about IBT TOEFL and IBT TOEFL Class!

Group discussion
Group discussion! Class?

Discuss the answers to the questions you received!

Course outline
Course outline Class?


Course descriptions
Course descriptions Class?

  • This is a preparation class for students who intend to take the official TOEFL iBT test provided by ETS (Educational Testing Service)

  • This course is recommended only for students who have finished and passed the Academic Reading Skills course as prerequisite skills.

General learning objectives
General learning objectives Class?

  • Students will be familiar with the type of contents, kinds of questions, and tasks encountered in TOEFL iBT test.

  • Students will improve their integrated academic skills in English, while building test-taking confidence.

Specific learning objectives
Specific learning objectives Class?

  • In listening, students will be able to improve their academic listening skills, which cover a whole variety of styles and topics mostly on academic situations.

  • In reading, students will be able to sharpen their critical reading skills by integrating and organizing information taken either from listening excerpt or the reading passage itself.

  • In speaking, students will be able to build their confidence and improve as well their communicative skills in academic environment.

  • In writing, students will be able to compose a well-developed and organized essay with correct pattern, detailed examples, correct grammar, and varied vocabulary.

Teaching and learning process
Teaching and learning process Class?



Completing tasks, homework

Listening actively, Reading, Writing, Taking notes

Participating in Group discussions

  • Explaining, discussing, giving exercises, giving assignments, facilitating

Course requirement
Course requirement Class?

  • Academic Reading Skills

Class policy
Class policy Class?

Class policy1
Class policy Class?

  • Attendance: Students must come on time. No more admission into class is allowed after fifteen (15) minutes of late arrival, and the student will be marked absent.

  • Clothing: Students must come in proper clothing and are not allowed to wear sandals.

  • Electronic Devices: Students must switch off their personal electronic devices during class.

  • Exam Policy: 85 % of minimum attendance is strictly required before a student can sit for the Final Exam.

  • Leaving classes: Students who leave classes by official appointment from the University to partake in national or international competitions on behalf of the university must perform assignments to be given by the lecturer to make up for the missing classes.

  • Students Class?who engage in cheating and plagiarism during exams or in performing their assignments will be declared “fail” with an F mark and may not sit for remedial exams.

  • Remedial exams may be given to students with a final F mark on the condition that he/she meets the required 85% of minimum attendance. The highest mark that a student can obtain after remedial exams is C-.

  • Make-up exams may be held for students who fall ill or mourn the death of a member of his/her core family on the examination day, provided that the student can authenticate it with a piece of administrative evidence, such the original copy of medical (laboratory) examination reports, hospitalization, or death attestation from the authorities with an original stamp mark, together with an attestation letter from the student’s parents.

Media Class?


Audio CD

Computer Lab

Internet/ websites

Journals/ newspapers

textbook Class?

  • NorthStar: Building Skills for the TOEFL(R) iBT: Intermediate, by John Beaumont, Pearson-Longman

Topics Class?

1. Introduction and Course outline

2. Unit 1: Advertising – Skimming and Scanning

3. Unit 2: Extreme Sports – Making Inferences

4. Unit 3: Fraud – Using Context Clues

5. Unit 4: Story Telling – Identifying and Using Rhetorical Structure

6. Unit 5: Language – Identifying Main Ideas and Details + Simulation Practice 1 (Independent Skills)

7.KAT 1 – Quiz 1: Independent Skills + Reading Assignment

8. Mid-Exam (UTS) – Independent Skills – TOEFL IBT Online

Topics Class?

9. Unit 6: Tourism; Unit 7: Humor – Paraphrasing and summarizing

10. Unit 8: Fashion – Comparing and Contrasting

11. Unit 9: Punishment; Unit 10: Marriage – Using Detailed Examples; Cohesive Devices

12. KAT 2: Quiz 2: Integrated Skills

13. Review – Simulation Practice 2

14. Final Exam (UAS) – Independent and Integrated Skills

evaluation Class?

Reading assignment
Reading assignment Class?

  • Read and analyze 1 academic article.

  • Share at least 5 interesting points

  • Submit softcopy!


  • Submit paper (max. 5 pages)

  • Group Presentation

  • 15’ = 10’ (P) + 5’ (Q&A)

Thank you and god bless you
Thank you and God bless you! Class?

  • ❝If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his own language, that goes to his heart.❞‒Nelson Mandela

Final message
Final message Class?

  • “Learn everything you can, anytime you can, from anyone you can; there will always come a time when you will be grateful you did.”‒Sarah Caldwell

God bless you!